Dr Duy Quang Pham, MIEAust

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Research Biography

Dr. Duy Quang Pham is a Professional Mechanical Engineer with expertise in surface engineering and coating characterisations, especially in biomaterials coatings for biomedical applications. He has significant hands-on experience in surface engineering using atmospheric plasma spray from designing to operating perspectives. His area of research involves applying emerging surface engineering methods and process innovations to generate new generations of coatings for medical devices. His expertise also associates with material characterisation, mechanical testing, fatigue & durability analysis, robot programming and automation system. He is currently working on cold plasma technology and plasma-made nanostructure, microbial sterilization, and other applications by building various cold plasma systems. These novel made-plasma systems generate novel antibacterial surfaces in combination with biomaterials to treat and prevent infectious diseases.

Research interests:

  1. Combination of cold plasma and 3D printing for infection-free on medical devices.
  2. Use of cold plasma for treatment of chronic and acute wounds.
  3. Microbial decontamination using cold plasma.
  4. Microbial inactivation kinetics and mechanisms with cold plasma processing.
  5. Modifications and functionalization of polymers using cold plasma.
  6. Cold plasma for surface treatment in food packaging.


Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Swinburne University of Technology

Award Date: 7 Jun 2022

Master, Swinburne University of Technology

Award Date: 18 Jun 2018

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), Ho Chi Minh University of Technology (HCMUT)

Award Date: 13 Apr 2012

External positions

Adjunct Research Fellow, Swinburne University of Technology


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